I have been running Ubuntu Gnome 15.04 on my Thinkpad T420 for a couple months now, and so far it has been great. However, A couple days ago my "d"(lowercase only) key stopped working in any terminal application. Whenever I press "d", I just get the GNOME beep sound, and d won't be input. I can press Ctrl + V then "d", and that seems to work.
When I noticed this, I hit up some IRCs and was told to do this command:
bind -p | less
I did so, and the file was fine, for the most part. I found the listing for all the alphabet keys, and d was missing. it says this:
"a": self-insert "b": self-insert "c": self-insert "e": self-insert
I proceeded to add d using
and d started working in terminal again, however, whenever I close the terminal, it seems to forget this setting. I hate having to enter this command EVERY time I log in, and I would love to fix it. Any ideas?
EDIT: The contents of my /etc/inputrc file: http://pastebin.com/vnGy9n1i